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2020’s headache cure: Anna Luther is phenomenally pure on the mind-cleansing ‘Heavy’

22 year old Anna Luther is a soulful indie-pop artist and music coach who has an aura that is so real, her smile is sweet and genuine, plus she is an outrageously talented creative as heard vividly on her latest relevant single ‘Heavy‘.

Taking time to fully develop her own original style and adding in nostalgic synths, ambient sounds and speaking to our souls deep inside; this is a singer-songwriter/producer that takes much care with each second of her music delivery.

This is a sonic soundscape that I haven’t ever heard before and my pesky headache cleared during this wonderful creation. A few tears slipped down my cheeks as I listened closely, my tired mind felt like it was transported to safe place by an illuminating angel.

Things have been so heavy this year and life can feel like you are carrying a rucksack of cement bricks all the time. This is a deep soul who thinks like vary rare people do and puts a lot of pressure on herself to succeed. Her mind is a whirlwind of thoughts and ideas, as she searches for that happy place on a road that is full of detours and punctures that either make you stronger, or knock you down for good. She faces a challenge that so many of us battle with, as asking for help can be tough as you have been let down before. The feeling here is that she is manifesting her thoughts to make this a reality and this is the power of real music. It can heal all wounds, no matter how deep and traumatic.

Her vocals are so spectacular and beautiful, there is a peaceful ambiance everywhere and her music is always evolving. ‘Heavy’ from the incredible soul Anna Luther, is a mind-bending experience that will take you places you didn’t know existed.

Hear this wonderfully soulful single on Anna’s Spotify and see her adventures on IG & FB.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Tiny Tree’s new album ‘Embolism’ is going to be a crazy journey of post rock

If you’re into some chaotic, heavy, post rock madness then the new album ‘‘Embolism’’ by Muskegon-based band Tiny Tree will be one to check out, you’ll be able to listen to the release on April 1st.

Listening to the final track on the anthology Drowning it’s one that summarises the duo and what they’re all about perfectly. Even though it is six minutes long, which to some may seem a bit too much, every part of the song has its own special element.

The electrifying guitar riffs and thunderous drum beats illuminate the background as the vocals begin to cut through. With the gut-wrenching screams from vocalist Addison Eilers, alongside the manic instrumentals from Paul Jensen, the two together blend together in a superb way.

Giving of that aggressive tone, the vocal ranges stay similar throughout until the breakdowns hit and the heaviness collides. This collection is going to be one for those who love a bit of loud post rock, it’ll be the one to have on repeat.

Be sure to check out Tiny Tree’s new album when it releases, you won’t want to give this one a miss.

You can check out the album by heading over to their bandcamp on April 1st.

Review by Karley Myall